Originally Posted by mafoofan
Dude, you constantly criticize others for dressing like old men without being able to articulate your reasons for thinking so, only to post photos of Sciamat suits and jackets that you claim are mana from heaven. You invited the scrutiny.
And if you don't think Sciamat itself has anything to do with all the identically styled photos of its work floating around the internet, I don't even know where to begin.
The snug fit, wide lapels, roped shoulder, curved pockets and waisted silhouette - all of which emphasize the subtle beauty of the male form (no homo?) - are why I think a Sciamat garment is a sexy garment. I've made this abundantly clear.
On the other hand, Foof is the one who alluded to the fact that he has old man style (in his Best Dressed Man post). How can it be criticism if it's a look he's spent tens of thousands of dollars to attain and perfect? Isn't it something, then, that should be celebrated?
Foof reminds me of my wife. I tell her she has a nice ass. She's a marathon runner, so, all of the sudden, she gets self conscious (or just wants to pick a fight, as women are wont to do) and thinks her ass is getting big (or - again - just wants to pick a fight, because she's a woman). "What do you mean I have a nice ass...is it getting big?" No sweetie, it's just shapely. "Shapely? Fuck. Tell Maria to feed the kids...I'm going to spin class."
Women operate like this. They see drama where none exists, they read too much into compliments, they obsess and - sometimes - they just pick fights for their own entertainment (or out of boredom...or who knows why? They're women. Who really understands them?) On them, it's endearing. On Foof, it's tragic.
The thing I find most comical is that, if you comb back through my posts, I have had nothing but nice things to say about Foof (and anyone else). It's the internets, for God's sake - it's quite easy to simply get along with everyone. Yet - as lasbar correctly points out - Foof is itching for drama and attention at every turn, like a gossip girl at an 8th grade dance. I find it entertaining, of course, but I could see how others would find it grating.